More than 2,000 people have made their voices heard on the issues surrounding North Warwickshire’s local plan, which could see 10,000 houses spread out across the borough.
|Party||Votes||%||Net percentage change in seats|
|Craig Tracey||Votes 26,860||header_vote_share 56.9||Net percentage change in seats +14.6|
|Julie Jackson||Votes 18,350||header_vote_share 38.9||Net percentage change in seats +2.9|
|James Cox||Votes 1,028||header_vote_share 2.2||Net percentage change in seats +0.1|
|Keith Kondakor||Votes 940||header_vote_share 2.0||Net percentage change in seats +0.1|
Change compared with 2015
The MP for North Warwickshire and Bedworth Craig Tracey has taken to Twitter to announce his reappointment as chair of the All Party Parliamentary group on insurance and financial services.
Craig Tracey, re-elected as the Conservative MP for North Warwickshire, has backed Theresa May's decision to hold a snap election which resulted in a hung parliament.
The MP, who increased his majority by just over 14%, said "having seen in Parliament first hand how she was hamstrung when trying to make decisions, she took a brave decision, she took what she believed to have been the right decision and I backed her in that."
Craig Tracey takes 26,860 votes
We've had a turnout number from North Warwickshire Borough Council, 65.46% of the electorate voted.
That's 2% lower than in 2015, when it was 67.5%.
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We've been asked via our Your Questions tool to give some information on the candidates standing in the general election for North Warwickshire.
There are four candidates that will contest the seat on Thursday 8 June:
James Cox - Liberal Democrat
Julie Jackson - Labour
Keith Kondakor - Green Party
Paul Tracey - Conservative.
Coventry's candidates can be found here.
And don't forget you have until 22 May to register to vote.
Change compared with 2010